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Duluthian restoring Bob Dylan's boyhood home; considers future museum

A Duluth pharmacist is using photographs of the home where Bob Dylan lived for his first seven years to guide restoration of the modest duplex to its 1940's look. Bill Pagel tells Agence France Presse he's considering turning the home into a Dylan museum once the work is complete. Pagel's been collecting memorabilia since he heard Dylan's debut album in 1962.
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A Duluth pharmacist is using photographs of the home where Bob Dylan lived for his first seven years to guide restoration of the modest duplex to its 1940's look. Bill Pagel tells Agence France Presse he's considering turning the home into a Dylan museum once the work is complete. Pagel's been collecting memorabilia since he heard Dylan's debut album in 1962.

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